Upcoming uni exams in a month's time. Only need 40% (ideally, to be sure) to get through to the second year. This year doesn't actually count towards my final degree, and I know that I can do it reasonably easily, but the worry of fecking up the exams is still there. Four modules, four exams: Philosophy: How To Argue Philosophy: Knowledge and Mind German Europe Without Borders Philosophy HTA is bloody hard work, to be frank. 'Tis rather logicy, which I hate. Absolutely bloody hate. I've created a few notes for myself on what the difference is between Modus Ponens, Modus Tollens, Hypothetic / Disjunctive Syllogisms, Constructive Dilemma are. Doesn't help though, that I still haven't got my head around it, after two or so months of studying them. In the mock exam that I did over Easter, things haven't gone so well, from what I can see - hence this bout of both revision and stress. Philosophy KaM, I'm rather looking forward to. This is more what some would call 'real' philosophy - as the course suggests - talking about what is knowledge and mind. My exam will be on the 'Mind' element, as I did some coursework on Knowledge just before Christmas. German. Mixed bag with this one. The language I'm reasonably good at, the grammar (which will have its own specific bit, I hate). Europe Without Borders. European politics, basically. I don't like this course one little bit, but it's compulsory to be doing it with German, and I've created a few revision documents today for that. I'm not panicking over that. Yet. My scores have been pretty good so far - lowest was 59 (and that was an aggregate) of KaM assessments, but I think the marking was a tad biased. With everything else, I've been around the 65 or so mark during the final crunch (had a wobble with the previous mock exam for HTA - 27 [fail]. Got it up to 65 or so for the actual one though). Not sure why this stress has just hit me... 'Tis a bugger though. -le sigh- Anyways, rant over.